Old West Riding: A Collection of Original Articles (Autumn 1981)

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Contents

  • New Hall, Elland: the Story of a Pennine Gentry House from C. 1490 to the Mid-19th Century — by Column Giles (page 1)
  • Uses of Urine: Part 1 — Jennifer Stead with assistance from Arthur Saul (page 12)
  • The Northward March of a West York Militiaman During the Napoleonic Wars — Ian Dewhirst (page 18)
  • Spring End: the Earliest Well-documented West Riding Scribbling Mill — John Goodchild (page 20)
  • Huddersfield and Yorkshire Dialect — Stanley Ellis (page 23)
  • Marling — George Redmonds (page 26)
  • Milly Sands, a West Riding Field-Name — George Redmonds (page 27)
  • Archbishop Neile's Primary Visitation of the Huddersfield District 1633 — John Addy (page 28)
  • Christian Names Popular in the West Riding in the Mid-14th Century — Helen M. Jewell (page 30)
  • Tong Street — George Redmonds (page 31)
  • Ringing Adam Bells — Jennifer Stead (page 35)
  • Buried Treasure — Lilian Robinson (page 36)


Old West Riding: A Collection of Original Articles (Autumn 1981)

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